Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy provides a non-judgemental space to speak freely about one’s thoughts, conflicts, experiences.
Psychoanalytic treatment takes into consideration the unconscious motivations behind and within our life decisions, relationships, thinking patterns and emotional experiences. It works with the challenge of considering that which isn’t known to us, but which often plays a crucial role within the contradictions, ambivalences or repetitions we find ourselves in. A psychoanalytic process evolves according to the particularity of a person, and therefore cannot exist in a one-size-fits-all format.
I am currently undertaking the UKCP-registered psychoanalytic training at the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
I work in the following areas:
- Relationship problems
- Chronic pain
- Body Image
- Gender Identities
- Obsessive-compulsive thinking and behaviour
- Phobias and panic attacks
- Domestic, physical and sexual abuse
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Addictions, Substance Use Disorders
- Boarderline Personality Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder